Katri Thiele ’15 spends the summer studying giant viruses in Switzerland.
Satellite writing center in Toulouse helps ease ‘writing-culture shock’
Uproarious farce opens at Mathers Theatre Oct. 11
The U.S. district judge and Dickinson trustee has been appointed to the Committee on Judicial Security by Chief Justice John Roberts.
Harold L. Pohlman, professor of political science: The individual mandate penalty will factor into the law's success.
John Henson, Charles A. Dana Professor of Biology: It will take time to achieve even partial success.
Andy Skelton, associate professor of psychology: While short of comprehensive, the ACA provides many plusses.
David Sarcone, associate professor of international business & management: Success will only be achieved through meaningful cross-sector collaboration.
Dickinson celebrates LGBTQ History Month
The liberal arts goes al fresco as students travel to the College Farm for unique learning experiences.
New mural on campus shows what happens when creative minds converge
Families, alumni and friends of the college traveled to Dickinson from far and wide to attend the 2013 Homecoming & Family Weekend.
Elizabeth Grazioli '09 didn't find the perfect job. She created it. Now, she's helping students do the same.
Donna Hughes plans to make religious life and community service vital parts of your life.
Students presented a new oratorio and generated applause from the star composer who created it.
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